26 Sep 2014

Week In review for week ending Sept 25 2014

From The Week In Review, 6:00 pm on 26 September 2014

A review of the week's news including... how the general election turnout rated, pressure builds on Labour leader David Cunliffe to resign, the man who wrote of dirty tricks by the National Party insists the staffer at the heart of it has been fired, Fonterra's falling payout threatens up to a quarter of dairy farmers with making a loss this season, families of the Pike River victims remain confident re-entry into the mine could be possible, despite Solid Energy saying it could be fatal, former New Zealand cricketer Chris Cairns is formally charged with perjury, documents released by the Transport Agency show it spent millions of taxpayers dollars in its failed bid to to build the Basin Reserve flyover, has Auckland been putting development ahead of feeding the region's future population?, New Zealand Rugby says Aaron Cruden's boozy night out which caused him to miss his flight to South America and being dropped from the team is not symptomatic of alcohol problems in the All Blacks, a woman is walking again after ten years with the help of a high-tech to a wearable robot made by New Zealand company and Sir Ron Brierley's love of stamps has seen him unwittingly caught up in a legal dispute over an Australian stamp collection.